Critic says suit would harm U.S. consumers
A U.S. District Court dismissed an ongoing case in which a plaintiff accused an indemnity company of not doing its part in reimbursing Medicare payments.
A popular dish detergent company failed to have all claims of false representation dismissed by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida over the alleged use of an allergen in a product marketed as "trusted" and "mild."
Subcontractor's case sent back to lower court after appeals court accepts junk-mail mishap as genuine
A construction company's case was sent back to a lower court after the First District Court of Appeal in the State of Florida accepted that its counsel had failed to appear for a case management conference because the notice had gone to the counsel's junk mail folder.
The District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida in the Fourth District remanded a lower court’s dismissal of a public records case against the Town of Gulf Stream on Oct. 24.
Chanel calls out dozens of companies for using its trademark to make money, wants $2 million from each
Fashion house Chanel took dozens of companies that allegedly used counterfeit Chanel products and trademarks for profit to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida on Oct. 18.
Miami-Dade County sued a company for allegedly infringing on its trademark in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida on Oct. 19.
Attorney says alleged talk of 'rape and pillage' by football coach contributed to sexual assault against minor at Windermere Prep
A lawsuit is being filed against Windermere Preparatory School in Orlando after a father alleged that his son was inappropriately touched and assaulted by members of the school's football team.
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida on Nov. 2 granted a partial summary judgement to a fashion company suing a woman for allegedly using its logo to sell similar products on eBay.
Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. isn’t entitled to its motion for summary judgment in a wrongful death case, the United States District Court in the Southern District of Florida ruled on October 17.
TALLAHASSEE -- The League of Women Voters of Florida and Common Cause have filed a lawsuit against Gov. Rick Scott (R) over the selection of Florida Supreme Court justices.
MIAMI – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently granted a default judgement against a Florida market that failed to respond to a lawsuit accusing it of selling counterfeit Roor branded water pipes.
A lawsuit recently filed by a Florida man against Tesla claiming that the autopilot feature on a Model S malfunctioned and caused him to have an accident raises questions about where the fault truly lies.
According to a recent report published by the Perryman Group, Florida's lawsuit climate is incredibly poor, and it is costing the state billions in funding and thousands in jobs on a yearly basis — problems that likely require reform soon if they are to be solved in the future.
On Oct. 23, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida dismissed a case against Miami-Dade County and two of its police officers after body camera footage showed the officers assaulting a man during an arrest.
The City of Clermont has been served with a lawsuit that challenges its ownership of Victory Pointe, a project that comprises a stormwater treatment system, a passive park and an event venue.
Ahead of trial against St. Lucie County sheriff, court rules to exclude criminal history of man who died after police custody
The criminal history of a man who died after suffering a seizure while in police custody for fleeing a traffic stop will be excluded in a case against the St. Lucie County sheriff and his deputy, a court has ruled.
MIAMI – A Georgia-based produce dealer recently filed a federal suit alleging a Miami-based company has failed to pay approximately $400,000 in a timely manner for the sale and delivery of produce.